AGE: Estimated DOB: Early July
HISTORY: We sprung Sunny from animal control. He had a broken leg and tail at that time.
ABOUT: Sunny has settled in well to his foster-pack of 2 labradors, and 3 cats (2, 3, & 4 years) he loves to play with the youngest cat. He was great in his crate in the car, he even curled up and fell asleep! Maybe it was because he had his two labrador guardians to watch over him. He does get a little scared when the dogs bark and he runs to a hiding spot; so he would do fine in a home with dogs as long as they don’t bark a lot. Like many kittens his energy comes in spurts followed by naps, but his foster mom says he is not a wild-child. He likes to play with toys but isn’t picky: balls, mice, strings, laser pointer….whatever is available. One of the resident cats in the home is kind of a grouch so Sunny has learned to just keep his distance and not to bother him, so he’s very aware of other cat’s tolerance levels. He loves to be pet and revs his motor so you know he likes it. He’s such a good kitten that his foster mom spoils him a bit and makes him some kitty-chicken-soup and blends it with his wet food.
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